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Gloucester Rugby preparations for next season have taken another step forward with wing Billy Meakes and loose-head prop Dan Murphy signing extensions to their contracts to remain at Kingsholm.

Australian Meakes, 23, previously played for Bristol club Clifton RFC while Murphy is in his fourth season with the Cherry & Whites following his switch from London Irish.


GLOUCESTER RUGBY All Black Thursh Kingsholm-bound

Gloucester Rugby crestGloucester Rugby have confirmed signing exciting New Zealand international second row Jeremy Thrush from the Hurricanes for next season.

Auckland-born lock Thrush, 29, has been capped 11 times for the All Blacks and was part of the Kiwis recent UK Tour Squad.


BATH RUGBY ace Joseph renews contract

bath rugby badgeFree scoring centre Jonathan Joseph has renewed his contract at Bath Rugby committing his future to the second placed Aviva Premiership championship chasers.

Joseph, 23, has already scored seven tries in 15 games so far this season.


GLOUCESTER RUGBY Morgan and Wood injury updates

gloucester rugby crestGloucester Rugby have issued an update on forwards Ben Morgan and Nick Wood, both injured in the 24-23 Aviva Premiership win over Saracens at Kingsholm on Friday evening.

The update said that Bristol-born England no 8 “Morgan has suffered a fracture to his lower left leg and had surgery performed on Saturday morning. He will commence an appropriate rehabilitation programme for this type of injury over the coming weeks.


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Exeter Chiefs scrum half Dave LewisEngland Saxons scrum half Dave Lewis has extended his Exeter Chiefs commitment by penning a new two-year contract with Rob Baxter's ambitious Premiership outfit.

Since arriving from rivals Gloucester Rugby at the start of last season, old Blundellian Lewis has been an integral part of the Chiefs make-up and helped the Devon outfit secure the LV= Cup in March 2014.


PLYMOUTH ALBION RFC face survival challenges

plymouth albion rfc crestPlymouth Albion Rugby Football Club Limited today announced on and off the pitch measures being taken to attempt to secure the survival of the club, which is suffering serious financial challenges coupled with threat of relegation from the Championship.

Albion spent much of 2014 in talks with various parties to refinance the club but unfortunately, to date, none of these discussions have come to fruition and the club’s board of directors is addressing a worsening financial picture.


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